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    • Speed limit setting needs to change (Forbes)
    • Bicyclists need better infrastructure (ITS International)
    • How to advocate for better bike lanes in your city (Bicycling)
    • Miles of new bike lanes were added to Barcelona streets during shut-down (Bloomberg)
    • BART rethinking its policing strategies (Transit Center)
    • Sonoma County cuts some, but not all, road maintenance projects (Sonoma News)
    • Sea level rise will mess up far-flung places in the Bay Area (SF Chronicle)
    • California sues Uber and Lyft, again (Insurance Journal)
    • Palo Alto is really liking its street dining scene (Palo Alto Online)
    • State laws are working: cities are allowing new housing development (SF Chronicle)

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